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The Children’s Hour Tickets are Hot Property in 2011

The Children's Hour

Love her or hate her, Keira Knightley has been one of the world’s most famous actresses for many years now and her latest on stage appearance in the West End is sure not to disappoint. Her beauty and acting talent has made her adored around the world with films such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Pride & Prejudice making her an international star.

In her latest piece in the West End called The Children’s Hour, Keira Knightley’s character, Karen Wright, is in charge of a girls' boarding school in 1930's New England with her colleague Martha Dobie, played by Elisabeth Moss. What starts with just simple schoolgirls’ whispers eventually triggers a chain of events amalgamating in a story of deceit, shame and courage. This gripping tale was originally premiered on Broadway in 1934, and generations on, the show continues to entertain audiences with its potent exploration of a culture of fear which remains startlingly relevant.

This unmissable performance showcases some incredible talents with a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout. The show comes to the glittering West End from Saturday 22 January and runs until Saturday 2 April 2011 so it’s wise to grab your Children’s Hour Tickets today to avoid disappointment.

Written by LondonTheatreStore on 17 February 2011 14:23:00

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